KPRC 950 AM to Serve as Athletics' Flagship Station

July 28, 2014

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HOUSTON - The University of Houston Department of Intercollegiate Athletics announced Monday that KPRC 950 AM will serve as its flagship station for Houston Football and Men's Basketball for the 2014-15 seasons. The flagship station for Houston Men's Basketball in 2013-14, KPRC 950 AM offers UH fans a consistent spot on their radio dial as the Cougars are the only sports organization to call the station its home.

"Both the University of Houston and Clear Channel Media & Entertainment had a goal of a consistent radio home for Houston Football and Men's Basketball," Houston Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Mack Rhoades said. "With KPRC 950 AM, we have a home Houston fans know they can turn to when the Cougars are in action without being affected by the schedules of any other organization."

KPRC 950 AM will also be home to the weekly in-season Tony Levine and Kelvin Sampson Radio Shows. Fans can check out the 2014 Houston Football broadcast schedule by clicking here.

"We wanted Houston fans to have a consistent station for every single game," Bryan Erickson, Clear Channel Director of AM Programming, said. "We look forward to another exciting season of Houston Men's Basketball on KPRC 950 AM, and we look forward to Houston Football joining the station's roster."

Kevin Eschenfelder returns for his second season as the Voice of the Cougars during the Houston Football season and will be joined in the booth by color analyst Ted Pardee, who enters his ninth season as a member of the UH broadcast team. Sideline reporter Jeremy Branham returns to the field for the second straight season, while Matt "Soccer" Thomas kicks things off 90 minutes prior to every game with the Houston Football Pregame Show.

Thomas will return as the Voice of the Cougars for Houston Men's Basketball and will be joined in his second season by former Houston great Elvin Hayes, who enters his fifth season as the team's color analyst.

Branham will also host the weekly Tony Levine Radio Show, while Thomas hosts the first season of the Kelvin Sampson Radio Show.

Houston fans can guarantee a place in history by purchasing season tickets for the first season in the new TDECU Stadium. Season tickets are currently on sale starting at just $140 as are Memorial Hermann Family Plan four-pack season tickets, two adult and two youth, for just $299. Lower-level reserved season tickets start at just $200.

Fans interested in purchasing Houston Football season tickets for as low as $140 for seven games can contact the Ticket Sales department online or by calling 713-GO-COOGS (462-6647).

Houston opens the 2014 season at 8 p.m., Friday, Aug. 29, when it hosts UTSA in the first game in TDECU Stadium.

University of Houston alumni from the last five years (2010-14) can purchase season tickets for just $125 (upper levels) and $175 (lower level) in specially designated Young Alumni sections with a multiplier of four times donations to Cougar Pride giving levels for the first five years after graduation. Each ticket consists of a $25 Cougar Pride donation with the four times Young Alumni multiplier, resulting in a $100 donation credit and a Cougar Pride parking pass in the TDECU Stadium Garage. Young Alumni can purchase tickets here or by calling 713-GO-COOGS (462-6647).

GROUP TICKET INFORMATION Single-game group ticket sales for the inaugural season in TDECU Stadium are now on sale via the Houston Athletics Ticket Office. Groups of at least 10 or more can purchase tickets starting at just $21 per person to any of Houston's seven home games, including 2014 Fiesta Bowl champion UCF, by calling the Houston Athletics Ticket Office at 713-GO-COOGS (462-6647) or by clicking here.



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